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   Adams Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1827, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                               PUBLISHED BY ROBERT GOODLOE HARPER. Tdl. "BBSIST WITH OAIIE SPIRIT OF INWOVATIOS cifusr THE PBINCIPI.EB OF TOOK GOVKBMMEI.'F, HOWEVES THH Farewell Addresi. 'f CONDITIONS. is nw- lished every Wednesday, tit Two per annum, if paid in OF Two Dollars and Ceiils, ifnot paid within the year. ,a jDojfar't andfor each continuance after Twenty .Five ex. a square, in the same proper SHSRirrALTir. Voters of Adams County. ENCOURAGED by a number persons, I offer myself as a Can dale for the Office of ic tion v Jected, will endeavor to discharge the Office with fidelity and impartiality 'William S. Coledn. Gettysburg, Jan. 30. tlie Voters te OFFER a Candidate for -of SHERIFF, at the next General Election. James J Thompson. Gettysburg, Jan. 16. te To t lie Electers-of Adams County. Fellow-Citizens, FOR favors conferred, I res- pectfully tender to you my grateful I again of a Candidate for the'Office of SHERIFF. Jhrnhart Gilbert, Gettysburg, Jan. 30. te Daniel Rife. ,1 7 i Alias Subpoena i lL n'oramYOHCE. tizabetii The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, To ELIZABETH RIFE. are hereby commanded U> be and appear, in your proper soft, before the Judges of the Court of Comnion'Pleasj atJGeuysburg, on the Fourth .Mapddy next) to shew cause, if any you have, why the' year be divorced from the -bond of ma tnmony. T. a Miller, Sheriff VOffice, Gettys burg, June 5. y tc In: Hun- ____ terstown, Adams county, offers his professional services to the citizens of that place and its Hunterstown, April t7. Sermons. IHOSE Ilol p ui wlibsel'jcarc or the papers bove work, were entrusted, are reques- ted to ofrtre sUtiscribers for the Book, at as -ear4y-a 4iay-as- possible, to Jl. 6. Harper, See'y of of Trustees. Gettysburg, May 15. Rheematic Pains. H J_ Subscriber, discoverer and sole proprietor of P' cure for this painful only with pficfe, but with pleasure, announces to Public, that this preparation of hir ii at h e ff? cred ore pennantm curerfir those afflicted with the Rheumatism, -to- NEW-YORK Auction Bargains! jyst returned from Nevr- YorksMd Philadelphia, with the most splendid assortmeM.of for the season, that he haV ever brought iiyarketj which fie now open ing.} and at they have been purchased tow at is determined te sell them (bey ever have bceo sold in this place, for the satncj or Country Produce. QUEERS-WARE, horn Straw Bonnets AS ETCELtEBTT. 1S30BTMKNT OP TetT-rn-T-tm amcere von, and respectfully solicits cootia GeltysmTrg, June LIQUORS, v. E. RESPECTFULLY his thanks for encouragement he has received, and begs leave to infoini janjl the Public, t hat li received General Assortment of h_ij' cfans of all apes and none t-F more importance to the human family, than the-fact, that .Bany most- difficult Ttrtd: ni.curabte consumptions originate in neglect- ed colds. In fl climate so variable as ours, wfiere tfie. changes of the weather are fre- quently sudden atid unexpected, it requires more-cafe and attention to guard against this -dangerous enemy of life, than most people imagine, or are able and willing to The bills of mortality exhibit the melancholy Tact that the proportion of deaths by this dis- ease may be considered as about five to one. In as much then as this fatal disease bids defi- ance to the skiU of the most learned physi- cianvit is.a.gratification to the proprietor that he to offer to those afflicted f4th proof Cognac BRANDY, -Si CULTIVATORS. M. C.CL HAVING purctvased the Patent Right for the CORN CULTIVATOR OR iha-farmers to call at his Hard ware Store afid examine thein.': April 10., if HAS removed from Hanover to Gettysburg. Hi9 office is in the samhwest Corner Room of the _ Gettysburg, A prl 7. tf BUTLERS Vegetable Indian Specifics >O rtioj.Sf-BpittJrig' ougn's, all diseases of the breast and lungs, There 13 perhaps no tnerfirnl nhg-rvatinn better established, none more generally cqn- with it, a goodly prospect of relief, (if taken in time) in that highly valuable remedy, the Vegetable tHTTlANlJpEciFic.--The Indians are happy in their knowledge of medical plants governed wholly by are cmsrir. lo ttieir e.. ecT, "and it is said By an Messrs. troubled with an aifectionlof the breut and lungs, attended_jwith a sev_ew cough, pain the side, and difficulty of breathing1} the fall of became so much that my life was despaired and receiving; nolyisible bertefit froin I to mate tnal of Ea Mott'g Cough ff tm JU vw> tops, and after tafcinjf one bottle was -jfed to perfect health; U'.ia my firtri lief, that the use of the above named my life, v THOMAS Columbus, Ohio, July 22; 1826.- wholesale and retail, by O. ff _ Jjy, CptunalMM, Statea, Gtfa H adas, ___ __ EicTi bottle contains 4i doses j pricelsf. J-OK 9ALB BY Samuel H. Buehler who keeps constantly on Alt ASSORT WENT seHlowTor CASH. Gettysburg. Feb. 27, 1827. From the JVby BudgetT 3 few the4andof steady or somewhere else, came tbjjiis city to seek employment. In ness in but he at any kind, in general." A young man, who-nevcr nf glectcd an opportunity bf njakingsportjieflrirtgihe feltaff expre TL rr his of coiTipre- hensive knowledge of it gravely enquwed-of- work at pt per making The fellow was unable to tell he had nevertrfc but to think that hie noutdy >l any body would set him to work at it. His interrogator then told him, that he wassn aeetitfur a paper- ry in this cityy-antd grratly in want 4feree food handy in-iLi owner of esiablishment lives in Albany, and I cannot agree with you unless the- ow- "Rislconsent. If you will Y0" go to Alftany and see him, without ''_'" doubt he send me word io "en-. r, KaRt .y_o.u v low was clawed al the prospect an in i u cjion hav-" mg taken the of. a person in I Li H tl t? t> fa r> mn n'.7 I. County. Fellow-Citizens, I wish to be considered a Can- didtrte for al the next General 'Election tor your support, 1 will be if e- a "feeling discharge of my duties. Philip Hengij. the two last years hath lully tested its efficacy as a certain cure. We will not- well on_iis. merits, resting satisfied that a trial wiH, as it hath done, speak its praise in language-net Gettysburg, Feb. 6, he had at the Apothecary Shop of JOHN HERSH, Juu. Post-Master Gettysburg, or with the subscriber, where Certificates .of seen, OD application to _Samud N. K. HUM, Aniseed, Cinnamon CORDIAL, Madeira, Port, Lisbon, Sweet Malaga, tx. And a variety of ether -viz. BRUSHES of evM-y descripiion, PAINTS and DYE STUFFS, Glass and Quegns oliaracltr, that a true con- siimptton is disease never, known them. This Spec'tf.r is obtained by extraction from berbs, roots, flowers, plants, kc. when in perfection. In consequence of a happy com- bination of the most valuable herbs, it .ccomes a bajsam of superior value. It Iteajg .be injured parts, opens tffe pores, and com- posts the disturbed nerves aUer the manner owncrr and alaci thr and Eaulifn half Spanish.and Common SEGARS, sh tr SpifrrTO B A CCQ, yne i conseqaent4y tbeobtitrttctiotr of the chest and the which constitute who sent hitrt, departed, >H he- first' stage for thai city. He soon found ihe To the Electors of Adams A T the solicitation of a number of Friends, consideration as a Candidate for the SHERIFF ALTY, at the ensuing Ge- Election. Gettysburg, A. C. Pa. May Gin P. S. Agents will now be appoint- th..s disease, particularly need use. It prnrnotes expectoration, w'hich is constantly callert for, and whilst it cleanses and heats, ft to tlie A good assortment oi JlAiJC. this manner it removes the hectic fever, im- proves digestion, gives- strcng-tli to the he was referred, and made known to -of -h owner of the scribcr's name for the future, will ap- pear on the seal of each bottle in Ro- man characters. S. R. S. cot on hands, will ba furnished in a few days. Constantly CD hand, FLOUR, of repairs the appetite the This speci.ic is miM, pleasant to the taste, anil always given in safety. It is found particularly useful in hypoc.ion- :c hysterical diseases: mill, no sooner heard the names of Via than ho discovered .Tan. 30. te Te the Independent Elec- tors of Adams County. fellow-Citizens, TI1K encouragement I have received from my Fncnds, has induced me to offer myself as a Candidate for the Office of SHr.Riri', at ihe f this disease in all different stages, ami will he accompanied the of the proprietor m Hki. I.NK. it is oflered for tale h Samuel If. Ituchler, hoax, and entered himself into the design of carrying it on He told the lelk.w that it was true, that he had a paper mill in-Troy, and .hat Oct. Druggist, (icttysburg. VALl'AULK MKDICI.VK For 'Coughs, Consumptions, prices. Those indebted, will oblige tjy ment of their several account's. April 10, years of will he taken as an Ap prentice to the above business. Strav Slice p. AMF, to the plantation cl the scriher, in Menaiien township, A- dams rnnn'v. 'V U V V V VV T vi i Vj all u. car m.. rxs. i "1 nc our.er ;i :n r.-. mr nn Thursday 'h day df Juiy wr.cn all persons having a- gambt said Lstate, arc Gosircd to pre- sent them properly authenticated, and 're c e i i know thtrr.iclvts indebted to said Ls- tdte, are dt sired to make payment on -err trcfore (i -yr TIXJ longer j gcoce ..ill be given thai day. i.'hi'istiun Ihixhe George Hushey. Fattersun. 4t S f..i5crrry ottrrrrl tn the Tmhrrr ns t virtues [Jeciiliarli adiipttd to he present prevailing disorders of the hrcast a IK! It-ading lu consumjii-'ju. A in most of (.onimmi 'ruighs, Jitlirnhy of Rrcai cf >ircji f S4ul HI A i. h i i i ctrirarmu'S. A '..u'..' lur a'.li-n mnre workmeif {'remarking that he could employ none but such as could do the finest work. "If I hire he, "your business will be o prepare materials for making paper' ror bank It is very diffic ult to do t, as the rags, which are very nice fme, must he chcw.-d in the mouth." The fellow Ihought tlu-Tvyjs certain- y a money making and had no doubi hut he could work at it welt enough owner then gave him a ofa coarse silk'handkeTr'hieFT' arut cJfrecTrd htrfTTo chew" Tfumlf he" back to Troy, arid if the agent bought it would answer, he would t'j employ him: If you inquire please e i s claims r r to N i It' voTf I the course of cnnciur. he w... he ol a'.i r.M.n. j ovrn cr su pposcc! r j. .Me wi.h humanity ar.d justice. for his qualifications, let ihcni ?pcak for tTicmsplves. Hr r, -j traversing the ;o I' provp -property, pay i h e m 3 a v. takt Vivveu, I i 1 II K" H F. I l'I I S i K CO Ml AI) IIKIM'KKLK. i h ot -he (it-uys- burg, deceased, that ;hc Vji. f-rf ant. indrprndfnt arr, 'heir on JV'hilr. f ATTORNEY COTTETSEI-iOIl AT Sr.ow the York I'.sns' (.'Turt o! Ac'ams r AUDI 1 UH-i. -o '-c'.'.ic aiijust :hc ratci i.ur.s due u.e rcspec.ive r j! s a f 1; c r a c d 6' l h c v will .r at :ht -.1 bo-r.uph r.f lo. k. M. Ic i-. I I c rcrt f. rr -prrt.iMc phs sir ire to sliO'A 'i.at rnn.pr.-.r ,op nneul.irli M.-d'cal n.cri are to rc- rtricaciou- ind ol jiuhht pa- tro-i-iiff' 1 1 j-. i r. K- r VST, "r ;lo r :m of ____ 1 1, "i I ur c nn rr. rr f :i the pi.S- s r u j, J r i 11, I-PS i, Jr. Thomas J. Cooper, Jacob ne t> .1 ji .lai. r; r.; a i, ttrr tr''TT, l .1 .-altlj kr turtl.cr r.P.F.NF.7.. R HARRIS. .oor fellow Bluffed his mouth full of iir and chewrd i: with writh- ngs and contortions of the face, all the way back. More ihau once, the pas- sengers in the stapp r-erc unable (o prevent themselves from breaking out m queer looks and geiiures of grinder, who kept his JAWS zealously in motion, and once or twice came near swallowing ihe whole dose. When he met theagent he shewre4 ..-HI. fnut of his labor, say- ing ''he'd be hafig'd if he'd work any mure a: u.a; for it made hia iw, so Ln.e h.v h.- ci.uiu'nt eat." So he fi n fuf( to i.u al'tliat oc- c dpatiOi-T a..d lo make mo. Frmatr A hd? so placed r r on u.e ol ay i our ted her, as to break his heart; and he requested ou his dung bed, ;Na; it might bcmvbalmcd taken to hrr as his lait and being '.j io hfr, Deemed on rccslic'ting rai- led her msi.i, -smiling "Fan- ny, takf. up place U on toilette i wiot t f   

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